55+ and Free: Delicious & Local! Indigenous Food Presentation by Theresa Jamieson

by Braden Murray & Shelby Smith

On Friday, February 25th, Theresa Jamieson shared her knowledge and cooking skills with us, leading a 55+ and Free programme on local Anishinaabe food traditions. It was educational AND delicious!
 
The menu was—
 
Moose Sausage on jalapeño bannock cracker;
 
Blueberries over fried bannock balls with maple syrup and ojibee honey;
 
Amik (beaver) stew and garlic cheddar bannock;
And some wild rice pudding for desert!
 
Theresa shared her story, taught about traditional foods and medicines, and of course, cooked up a storm!
As we continue to open up, The MUSE is excited to host more brilliant teachers and community members for exciting programmes like these.
 
This free programming has been made possible through an Ontario Government’s Seniors’ Community Grant.
 

 

Did you know?

The Burley Mine was a single shaft gold mine that was sunk into a very small rock outcrop on the lake.  To stabilize the entrance the owners built cribbing around the rock.  The small, perfectly square island remains there to this day.

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